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Clinical Nurse Manager

Clinical Nurse Manager (Band 7) - Permanent role - Quedgeley, Gloucester

An opportunity has arisen for an experienced Senior Learning Disabilities/Mental Health Nurse (Band 7), to take on a lead role within a 5-bedded Residential Care Home with approximately 50 staff that specialises in providing high quality person-centred support for adults living with complex and high acuity needs.

You will join the team as Registered Manager. Being at the forefront of clinical care delivery you will will be responsible for providing strong leadership to develop and improve the standard of daily living for their service users. You will lead the team during your shifts, mentor and motivate colleagues, champion safety and dignity, and drive continuous improvement and to develop a positive programme of support for student nurses, nurse associates and other students who may have a placement within the home.

Main Purpose:

  • To assist the CEO in the Clinical aspects of ensuring that we promote a caring environment providing the highest standards of quality care in accordance with the Company's policies, ensuring all legislative requirements are met.
  • Participating on the "on call" rota
  • To promote and maintain the reputation of our client by providing best practice, bearing in mind the physical, emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual needs of the service users

Key Responsibilities:

  • Work to NMC professional code of conduct, keeping up to date with continuous professional development and revalidation.
  • Assist the CEO in the Clinical aspects of running the Home and in the provision and delivery of day to day support.
  • Lead the team of Support Workers in your area of work in planning the support for service users, escort duty for appointments etc.
  • Ensure that rooms and common spaces are properly cleaned, maintained and adequately heated.
  • To work with new starters and their allocated Team Leader to provide on the job training ensuring that they learn the routine and best practice, promoting person centred care.
  • Carrying out staff supervisions.
  • Participate, if required, in external assessments of prospective new service users involving the service users and relatives where practicable.
  • Devise comprehensive care plans for new service users involving service users and relatives where possible.
  • Maintain full and accurate Care Plans for the service users in your care reviewing at least monthly and ensuring your care team also adhere to this task
  • Report any changes to the service users' physical or emotional condition to the CEO
  • Work with external health providers as appropriate (MDT)
  • Responsible for ordering of all medication, maintain records to ensure accuracy and controls are in place with regard to medication distributed to service users. Train and review staff meds administration.
  • Report writing as and when required
  • Running core team meetings.
  • Ensure that Policies/Procedures and staff handbook are adhered to by all staff, taking appropriate informal action in the first instance, recording outcomes. Referring to the CEO should any further concerns arise.
  • Support the creation of a caring atmosphere, ensuring person centred care for the service users, family members and staff, whilst maintaining the highest degree of integrity and confidentiality.
  • Be aware of security of both the service users and the building reporting any issues to the CEO and/or maintenance team.
  • Working with the support team to encourage service users to maintain pre-existing hobbies, and ensuring the availability of equipment and materials as required
  • Encourage the support team, relatives and friends to participate in these activities
  • Maintain good relationships with all multidisciplinary teams
  • Liaise with staff offering support and encouragement and promoting best practice and high quality care at all times
  • Show prospective service users and their relatives / representatives around the home
  • Arrange for staff cover caused by unexpected absence, with the core team's assistance.
  • Ensure all team members and colleagues conform to presentation standards at all times
  • Support the management team to ensure that both you and your staff attend their annual mandatory training
  • Attend and participate in staff meetings, training, supervision and development activities
  • Inform the CEO of any incidents that occur when carrying out your duties
  • Be aware of Health and Safety at Work Act and report any hazards to the CEO
  • Be aware of the fire policy and respond to all fire alarms appropriately, ensure that fire audits are undertaken in a timely and effective manner.
  • Ensure that all information of a confidential nature gained in the course of duty is not divulged to third parties
  • Understand your duty to whistleblow if you witness bad practice or harm to a service user in the home
  • To undertake any task or duty that is within range of skill, qualification and/or experience
  • Ensure the home is 'inspection ready' for CQC, be the lead person for the inspection and able to provide any information inspectors ask for in a timely manner.

Personal Specification:

  • LD/MH Nursing Experience to Band 7
  • Genuine interest in working within a caring environment
  • Active NMC PIN
  • Ability to communicate effectively at all levels.
  • Willingness to participate in training & development
  • In depth understanding of Infection Prevention and Control
  • Excellent Clinical Skills
  • Management Experience
  • Salary to be commensurate with experience

Registered Nurse

Registered Nurse

We are seeking Registered Nurses in Wiltshire to work flexible hours for full and part time roles.

We have a variety of projects coming up for Registered Nurses throughout the county. If you have a current NMC pin and availability we would love to tell you more about it.

We offer:

  • Flexible work to suit you
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Clinical Training
  • Regular shifts
  • Evening, night and Weekend pay enhancements
  • Paid Mileage*
  • Paid Holidays
  • Company Pension
  • FREE DBS, FREE TRAINING, FREE UNIFORM* Subject to Ts and Cs
  • YOUR NMC PIN PAID ANNUALLY*!
  • The opportunity to gain valuable experience in a variety of placements
  • Recommend a friend bonus of up to £300
  • Help and assistance to get you through your revalidation
  • Free Christmas party
  • Competitive deals on lease cars
  • Retain Rewards - Gyms, Shops, Car servicing / MOT

The Role
The role will involve working as part of our Nursing team to provide:

  • Personal care
  • Administration of medication
  • Accurate Record Keeping (Daily records, MARS sheets)
  • Syringe Driver
  • Peg Feeds
  • Catheter care and catheterisation where required,
  • Promotion of independence
  • Follow policies and procedures
  • Understand and follow the NMC Code of conduct

What Retain Healthcare can offer you

The opportunity to work in an exciting, fast paced and growing branch with a dynamic team who have a wide range of skills, experience and backgrounds to support your development.

This role May also be called RN, RGN, RMN, RNLD, Nurse, Registered Nurse, Registered General Nurse

Community Care Assistant

Community Care Assistant

'The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, then Retain Healthcare has the answer'

Are you looking for something different? Retain Healthcare is developing a new model of care and support to people living at home in your community. This is an opportunity for the right person to shape and develop a new service and deliver care that provides improved quality of life to those who need you most.

Being a part of this gives you access to training and personal development that is both innovative and career changing. You will be leading the way in shaping the future of Social Care and developing the next generation of Care Professionals. 'Feel proud to work in Social Care'

Drivers required, However for certain roles not essential

Being Part of Retain Healthcare, you will benefit from:

  • 24 hour support advice and guidance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Full time Mental Health First Aiders who are there for you when you need them
  • Having your own dedicated coordinator who will ensure you have the work you want and that you have everything you need to be successful in your role
  • Working for a Company that strives to do things better or differently
  • Local training and your own career development pathway endorsed by Skills for care. City and Guilds
  • FLEXIBLE hours - part time or full time, with a range of shifts including days and nights.
  • Guaranteed Hours available
  • FREE uniform, training and DBS check
  • Enhanced Bank Holiday pay
  • Free blue light card
  • Weekly pay
  • Free DBS and uniforms
  • Easy online application
  • Gloucestershire - CQC - Outstanding for Well Led
  • Retain Rewards - local discounts
  • Recommend a friend bonus of up to £250 per introduction

Community Support Worker

Community Support Worker

'The only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, then Retain Healthcare has the answer'

Are you looking for something different? Retain Healthcare is developing a new model of care and support to people living at home in your community. This is an opportunity for the right person to shape and develop a new service and deliver care that provides improved quality of life to those who need you most.

Being a part of this gives you access to training and personal development that is both innovative and career changing. You will be leading the way in shaping the future of Social Care and developing the next generation of Care Professionals. 'Feel proud to work in Social Care'

Drivers required, However for certain roles not essential

 

Being Part of Retain Healthcare, you will benefit from:

  • 24 hour support advice and guidance
  • Employee assistance program
  • Full time Mental Health First Aiders who are there for you when you need them
  • Having your own dedicated coordinator who will ensure you have the work you want and that you have everything you need to be successful in your role
  • Working for a Company that strives to do things better or differently
  • Local training and your own career development pathway endorsed by Skills for care. City and Guilds
  • FLEXIBLE hours - part time or full time, with a range of shifts including days and nights.
  • Guaranteed Hours available
  • FREE uniform, training and DBS check
  • Enhanced Bank Holiday pay
  • Free blue light card
  • Weekly pay
  • Free DBS and uniforms
  • Easy online application
  • Gloucestershire - CQC - Outstanding for Well Led
  • Retain Rewards - local discounts
  • Recommend a friend bonus of up to £250 per introduction

 

 

 

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